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What I Was Wearing

What I Was Wearing

A Poem by Debbie Benjamin


What was I wearing, your honor? You mean at the start, or by the end? At the beginning, I wore my clothing...
The Real Enemy

The Real Enemy

A Poem by Harmartia Poe


Shots are fired. Friend or foe? Who’s the enemy? Nobody knows. It’s not a soldier a nurse, a Jew, or even a Nazi wi..
Justice

Justice

A Poem by Kine


in the midst of strife and suffering in this world, where can one find hope?
Do you still believe?

Do you still believe?

A Poem by A.J. Thompson


This poem is not intended to offend, persuade or dissuade. This is simply a snapshot of my mind.
The World Takes a Daily Beating

The World Takes a Daily Beating

A Poem by Chaise Nicole


A Bop about Ferguson.
This is Us

This is Us

A Poem by Cool Girl


This is a poem about the world...
Machiavellian

Machiavellian

A Poem by Little Birdie


The prince about to bend history to his whim had a holy man dancing on his eyelashes.
Puppets and Pawns

Puppets and Pawns

A Poem by S.F


Shackle your mindsSew your brainsWith the filth and liesWe feed you todayLets play a little gameWith different faces and namesYes, a bloody masquerade..
Abusing People

Abusing People

A Poem by Gerry Legister


no one should have to take abuse from another person, abuse is a form of control and it makes people feel bad about themselves.
The Government of my Country

The Government of my Country

A Poem by Olumegbon


For too long, we've been gullible, Got a government that's not reliable, They executed the ones that are admirable. The ones alive are no longer au..
The Mandarin

The Mandarin

A Story by Fabiola Mahout


An everyday appreciation of the simple things turns into a juxtaposition of human kindness vs rationale.
Injustice, It's Heavenly

Injustice, It's Heavenly

A Story by Eric Krups


Part two will come if anyone requests it, if not then I have other projects to work on. Thank you
She Was Sent To The Chair

She Was Sent To The Chair

A Poem by Randy Johnson


THIS IS A FICTIONAL POEM.
Blue Eyes

Blue Eyes

A Poem by Fantasie


This poem is from the perspective of a falsely, yet knowingly convicted native prisoner awaiting trial in court during the British colonial rule in In..